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The GDP paradox
An Empirical Analysis of Urban Form, Transport, and Global Warming
Does urban form affect travel choices and thus CO2 emissions by individuals? If this is the case, then urban form and policies that influence it deserve serious attention in the context of long-term
Coevolution of economic behaviour and institutions: towards a theory of institutional change
Abstract.Traditionally, economics has regarded institutions, notably norms and regulations, as fixed or exogenous. Surprisingly few insights on institutional evolution from natural and social
An Empirical Multi‐Country Analysis of the Impact of Environmental Regulations on Foreign Trade Flows
In this paper, it is argued that the inconclusiveness in previous empirical studies on the relationship between antipollution standards and foreign trade is due to inaccurate variables used to
Individual preferences for reducing flood risk to near zero through elevation
Climate change is expected to increase the frequency and intensity of natural disasters. Adaptation investments are required in order to limit the projected increase in natural disaster risks.
Climate change and increased risk for the insurance sector: a global perspective and an assessment for the Netherlands
Climate change is projected to increase the frequency and severity of extreme weather events. As a consequence, economic losses caused by natural catastrophes could increase significantly. This will
Evolutionary thinking in environmental economics
Evolutionary and environmental economics have a potentially close relationship. This paper reviews past and identifies potential applications of evolutionary concepts and methods to environmental